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Study of effects of different herbicide toxins on number of pods per plant, number of pods per secondary branch, number of grains per pod, and 100-grain weight of different cultivars of fall chickpeas in the region of Eslam Abad- E- Gharb

Korosh Fatahi, Sarah Beigzadeh

Young Researchers And Elite Club, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran

Young Researchers And Elite Club, Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran

Key words: Herbicides, chickpeas, number of pods per plant, number of pods per secondary branch, number of grains per pod, 100-grain weight.

Abstract

Growing-Chick-PeasIn order to study effects of different herbicide toxins on the numbers of main stalk , secondary branches, and days till formation of pods in various fall pea cultivars, a research is done in the from of split plot design based on complete random blokes with 3 repeats. Major factor includes 3 cultivars Arman, Azad, and Hashem ; and minor factor includes any type of toxins and their mixtures including herbicides pyridite , bentazone, imaztapyr, metrybiozin, cyiavazine , fomasaphen , mixture of pyridite and fomasaphen , mixture of bentazone and cyianazine , mixture of imaztapyr and metrybiozin , and manual weeding.In this study, results from variance analysis showed that cultivar factor had no statistically significant effect on the number of pods per plant while effect of herbicide toxin factor on the mentioned trait was significant at 1% probability level, indicating indirect effect of utilization of herbicide toxin on the number of grains per pod. Variance analysis results showed that cultivar X toxin interaction on the number of pods per plant was insignificant. These results indicated that, at 5% level, cultivar factor had a statistically significant effect on the number of pods per secondary branch. In present study, herbicide toxin factor had a significant effect (at 1% probability level) on the number of pods per secondary branch.Based on results, cultivar factor had no statistically significant effect on the number of grains per pod; and no significant difference between toxin levels as well as no significant toxin x cultivar interaction on the basis of variance results, of 1% level, a significant difference was observed between cultivars in terms of 100-grain weight; and a significant difference existed between levels of herbicide toxins in terms of said trait at the same level of probability.

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